Audioboo social media network for visually impaired users

There are many social media sites out there but these rely mainly on text, photos and videos, but these are not great social sites if people are visually impaired. Facebook or Twitter for example are not great sites to use to interact with other users if you are blind or partially blind, this is where Audioboo comes into play.

Audioboo is getting a lot of attention worldwide and has a massive following via the visually impaired community, some of the main reasons it is doing so well is simply down to the social sound side of things, as well as being accessible via mobile apps and desktop specifically with full accessibility to record, learn more about the share audio here.

Audioboo has a great platform for the blind and partially sighted community, The Royal London Society for the Blind (RLSB) is a great follower on Audioboo as well as having its own channel on Audioboo, the combination of working together and bringing full integration with its new website is brilliant.

You can install apps to your smartphone or tablet; visit here for all the apps.

RLSB believes in opening new doors to new learning, and new possibilities and friendships are powerful.

The apps work very well for the visually impaired, this is where mobile and web platform combines together that effortlessly allows users to record and share audio that can be then shared with friends, family or the rest of the world to hear.

If you are already using this please do come forward and let us know what you think.

Audioboo social media network for visually impaired users